Alcohol addiction affects nearly 15 million Americans over the age of 12. That means that more than five percent of people in this country would benefit from addiction treatment at an alcohol rehab facility. Unfortunately, only about 10% of those who need addiction treatment receive it. At Mile High Recovery in Denver, CO, our goal is to help those who need addiction treatment begin their recovery, either in our inpatient or outpatient program for addiction. For many people, an inpatient alcohol rehab is the very best way to minimize the risk of relapse and maximize long-term recovery.
You can learn more about residential alcohol treatment by calling us today at 855.796.2102 or completing our online form and beginning the conversation with one of our professional addiction specialists or alcohol treatment clinicians. Let Mile High Recovery support your sobriety goals with our evidence-based treatments, large alumni base, and commitment to your lasting recovery.
Why Residential Alcohol Treatment?
A residential alcohol program will provide you with coordinated care and a treatment plan that combines treatment for your alcohol use disorder with proven mental health and addiction therapies.
Inpatient care offers proven benefits and, in many cases, is the ideal approach for supporting and empowering you through your recovery journey. In many cases, people find that they step down from alcohol inpatient rehab into an outpatient program for ongoing support. At Mile High Recovery, we believe in long-term rehab treatment for best outcomes and offer a range of opportunities to receive sustained care through various stages of rehab until you are firmly positioned for recovery success.
Five Benefits of Inpatient Alcohol Rehab
The benefits of a residential alcohol program are many. We see our clients experience profound shifts and watch our alumni return to their lives healthier and more empowered. Below are some of the benefits of inpatient alcohol rehab.
- Secure environment – A residential alcohol program provides a completely trigger-free setting in which you can engage fully in treatment without the distraction of people and activities that you associate with drinking and without the option of easing your cravings with a drink. Your confidentiality is absolutely guaranteed, and everyone who surrounds you has your best outcomes in mind.
- Immersion – Though you can absolutely receive the same evidence-based therapies in an outpatient program for addiction when you enroll in an inpatient alcohol rehab program, you are able to commit the maximum amount of time to your recovery, and your immersion in the process is complete.
- Peer support 24/7 – The importance of peer support in recovery has been firmly established and can be accessed in outpatient rehab as well as in your community via 12-step and other peer programs. Getting started on your recovery journey in a residential program means you are surrounded all day by peers who share your experience and walk the same path. When you are in group therapy, group support meetings, and even at the breakfast table and throughout the day, you will have the benefit of peers to keep you accountable and provide you with understanding and compassion.
- A schedule – Never underestimate the power of a schedule when you are trying to focus on recovery. You do not need to juggle commitments, plan how you’ll get to and from rehab, or organize your daily calendar. Because your days are laid out and planned by our staff, all you have to do is focus on healing.
- Best outcomes – Residential alcohol treatment statistics show that long-term outcomes are increased by this model. For those who can commit the time and resources to alcohol inpatient rehab, lasting sobriety and reduced risk of relapse are two factors that strongly recommend this choice.
Get Started with Inpatient Alcohol Rehab at Mile High Recovery
The benefits of inpatient alcohol rehab are many. Find out more about Mile High Recovery’s residential alcohol rehab program by calling 855.796.2102 today or using our online form. We want to make your recovery a success however we can. Let us know how we can help you decide how to begin your rehab experience.